It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

High Cholesterol Board Index
Pages: 1 2 Showing 1 - 20 of 36 for cholesterol sardines. (0.002 seconds)

... Change your milk to Hemp milk or almond milk, the former if you can Take Omega 3 supp's Eat oily fish as often as you can eg salmon, mackrel sardines Switch your spread/marg to benecol Have a regular exercise routine Also would not harm to remove sugar and lower carb's (4 replies)
... I resisted statins too and think I may be able to go off since my numbers are so great with other things I am doing: :angel:Enduracin 1000 mg (2x 500mg) at night before bed along with 2 baby aspirin-- the aspirin I take because I had 2 heart attacks--from stress (grief, both after deaths of close ones--yes it does happen), my cholesterol was never really high, but now I must... (12 replies)
... Is the cholesterol in sardines the good one? ... (1 replies)

... If it is 10 pounds of excess body fat, then yes, losing it can only help cholesterol levels (and other things). Losing 10 pounds of lean body mass or muscle is not desirable, though. Perhaps a better quick measure of progress on the body fat front than the scale is your waistline (measured at your navel). If it is more than half your height, then it is likely that you are... (3 replies)
... NHone: Thank you so much for that. I will be going out today to look for some at Whole Foods. Isn't it funny when you're a grown up and you take things that as a kid you would have said, "Ewww, no!". I could eat fish 2 or 3 times a day, though. But too much of any kind of meat is not good, I know. Mmmmm....sardines! :) Lenin: I think cutting out all items containing trans... (6 replies)
... le problems and wound up having to retire 3 yrs. earlier then he wanted. He finally got fed up with the aches and pains plus weakness and dumped the statins. His cholesterol has always been good, but he seems to have a rotten Trig count, the last few yrs. ... (14 replies)
... Eat all the sardines you can stand... ... (14 replies)
... Most of the current research indicates that dietary cholesterol affects serum cholesterol only modestly. Saturated fats affect serum cholesterol far more, from what I've read. ... (14 replies)
... I know im a broken record on this but forget total CL and focus on HDL and Triglycerides. Also reports of people with too low total CL having bleeding Strokes in their brains. harry! (14 replies)
... s I tried an almost vegetarian diet only eating about 4 oz of lean white meat or fish in the day and some days I was completley vegetarian. It did nothing for my cholesterol level. It went from 250 to 245. ... (14 replies)
... Well, if you already have high cholesterol and eat a diet high in cholesterol then you will most likely increase your levels of blood cholesterol accordingly. Therefore, I don't recommend eating foods high in cholesterol. ... (14 replies)
... Yes you can they are essential fatty acids. Salmon is high also but its the good fat so eat up.. I love them laced with balsalmic vinegar and on whole grain crackers..Lisa (14 replies)
... A can labeled 45mg cholesterol per serving. Can I lower High Cholesterol by eating high cholesterol canned sardines? ... (14 replies)
... they can cause insulin intolerance and diabetes, which will definitely have a negative effect on your cholesterol levels. ... (6 replies)
... Not long ago I went through my shelves and threw out a bunch of stuff. All a waste of money. I threw out a large bottle of Shark cartiledge. It was supposed to be helpful for something but the only thing it did was stunk. :D sardines are better :D I threw out a bunch of herbs as well. Straight to the trash. Now that is not to say some herbs are not helpful. I think they... (86 replies)
... Here is another article on low cholesterol from Dr. ... (19 replies)
... A lot of people were concerned when I told them that on Atkins you eat fat so you can use it as fuel. They thought I would end up with high cholesterol and have a stroke or heart attack. ... (3 replies)
... Minimize the food sources of cholesterol such as egg yolk, liver, kidney, brains, etc. ... (34 replies)
... Just to clarify on the Omega 3/6 fats. Most people that eat modern day foods get plenty of Omega 6 fats. Things like soybean oil or corn oil (or anything made from them such as mayo or salad dressings) and commercially raised grain fed meat, fish, poultry, and eggs have plenty of Omega 6 fats in them. What they are lacking is the Omega 3 essential fatty acids. The sources... (5 replies)
... The cholesterol that you eat has little if any effect on your blood level of cholesterol, so eat all the fish and shell fish that you like. It's good for you. ... (3 replies)

Pages: 1 2

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 12:28 AM.

Site owned and operated by HealthBoards.comô
© 1998-2018 HealthBoards.comô All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!